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Draft Scout Brian Quick News
10/03/16 - WR Brian Quick was in danger of losing his spot on the team four weeks ago. However, with two touchdown receptions Sunday against the Cardinals he now leads the Rams with three touchdown catches. "I feel like it's the little things," he said. "Just come out and practice hard. My coach told me, 'The way you practice is the way you're going to play.' He said that I had a good two weeks of practice and that's going to translate to the game, and it did. Come out here and play fast."
10/02/16 - WR Brian Quick, caught only two passes on the day, but they went for 65- and 4-yard touchdowns.
09/04/16 - WR Brian Quick made the Rams' final 53-man roster, but his spot on the team might be tenuous and could be tied into the health of fellow WRs Nelson Spruce and Pharoh Cooper.
Quick has not lived up to expectations after getting drafted in the second round in 2012 and has battled injuries and dropped balls over his first three seasons and into training camp and the preseason.
08/22/16 - WR Brian Quick is losing his grip on a prominent role in the Rams offense, and if he isn't careful he might lose his job on the team all together. Quick was not mentioned by head coach Jeff Fisher when he spoke recently about the wide receiver competition, and Quick clearly didn't help himself when he dropped a perfectly thrown pass against the Kansas City Chiefs on Saturday.
08/12/16 - WR Brian Quick has largely been a disappointment since being drafted in the second round of the 2014 draft. And while he showed flashes of his potential in 2014 -- catching 25 passes for 375 yards and three touchdowns -- but a serious shoulder injury cut short his season and he was essentially a non-factor last year. The Rams hope he can finally emerge as the player they hoped he'd be under a new offensive coordinator Rob Boras and position coach Mike Groh in Los Angeles.
"No different than anybody else, but we stressed improvement, the relationship with his new coach (wide receivers/passing game coordinator Mike Groh), different techniques, different types of routes," explained head coach Jeff Fisher. "Somewhat of an offensive change that we went through and he's done that; he's making plays, he's going up, he's elevating, he's staying healthy. He's running all day long, which is good, he really conditions himself and put (himself) in a position to get ready for camp. Hopefully that will translate over into production in the preseason games."